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Metal organic frameworks (MOFs) are structures made up of inorganic nodes, which can either be single ions or clusters of ions, and organic linkers. They contain potential voids which can be used for gas storage and separation, catalysis or drug delivery.

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MOF-5 (or IRMOF-1)

IRMOF-10

IRMOF-16

ZIF-8

HKUST-1
UiO-66
UiO-66
MIL-53
NOTT-112
AgFe-mixedmetalmof
AgFe-mixed metal MOF

Peptide-based MOFs:


ZnGlySer

ZnGlyThr


Zn-Carnosine


Ni-Asp-bipy

The creation of these MOF pages was supported by the Adaptable Porous Materials Project

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